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He just as well gives the reader an understanding of children by tragically misapprehending adult realities.
Many times I doubted that I would like the book because it seemed too slow and dull, however, by the end, I was glad I stuck with it.
Actually, I haven't thought about this until just this moment, but on second thought I still think it's true.
Michael Frayn has captured the imagination of child's play to tell a captivating and interesting story that takes place during WW2 in England. Read morePublished 21 days ago by linnie campbell
I really liked this book a lot. Started out like a sort of Famous Five adventure, then it gets serious and more grown up. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Timothy J Hurst
Victoria, Australia, have chosen to put this on the final year senior school list; a decision I find odd but not terrible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph K. Fitzpatrick
War, Duration, England, Germany, men, women, children, flowers, bushes, shrubs, imaginations running wild, trouble brewing, spies and traitors. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jon Albert
Beautiful and entrancing! A mystery that seeks to make sense of a a remote past that defined a childhood in WWll London.Published 9 months ago by Eric Hill
This book requires several readings in order to fully understand the complexity of the ideas and themes presented. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tonja Raymond
A wonderful insight into the world of the child. Seemingly trifling things are magnified into high drama. Read morePublished 19 months ago by J.R.Conway
Wonderfully woritten, complex story with vivid characters, a mystery within a sensual visual journey to a place with characters who will surprise you!Published 22 months ago by patricia schwartz
Read this since my son has this as part of VCE studies. I thought it an odd selection of 17 year old boys, but what do i know. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by cja